You know what's not sexy? It's simple - New York Mets' rookies in cheerleader uniforms. The underachieving ballclub had some fun last night with its annual rookie hazing by making youngsters look like they're about to partake in a gay porn in Chelsea. But these guys are troopers. They're able to laugh about being called up and becoming the Mets cheerleading team. You guys do realize these photos will live on the Internet? JUMP!
Now you can own your own piece of the Amarillo Sox -- their since abandoned mascot that looks like he's got a raging boner. That's right, this piece of baseball infamy can be yours for just $25,000. The mascot costume in all of its bonerrific goodness if up for sale on eBay.
There are some happy Texans today. Rangers first baseman Josh Hamilton blasted a grand slam last night, triggering a promotion for free carpet and countertops from an Arlington carpet store. The slam also inadvertently introduced us to the store owner's daughter, Morgan Fitzgerald. Aren't we lucky? Here are some pics so you can ogle her.
Missy Coles was just going along with her life as a buxom fitness model on the bodybuilding circuit. Then her BF had to go and tweet about her. That's it, bloggers figure out the puzzle. Suddenly Phillies' P Michael Schwimer finds his girlfriend lusted after by drunken, loser fools on the Internet. Of course you haven't heard of Schwimer. He was called up in late August, but figures to be with the big club next season. Time to update your WAG lists accordingly. JUMP!
Angels pitcher Garrett Richards may have one-upped the Washington Nationals and Stephen Strasburg's Papa Smurf outfit. Richards got to pose as Miss Bo Peep (we think), including his thick legs in stockings. It begs the question, who got the worse end of the rookie hazing, Strasburg or Richards? They both appear to be having more fun than should be expected. Check it!
The Washington Nationals may not be very good on the baseball diamond, but at least their an entertaining bunch. Sixteen rookies were required to dress up as Smurfs, complete with blue body paint and tight white pants on Sunday. Ace Stephen Strasburg was Papa Smurf and catcher Wilson Ramos was a very ugly looking Smurfette. For some of the strangest rookie hazing we've ever seen, check out this gallery!
Once again we are dumbfounded by the excess by which a baseball player lives his life. You think Adrian Beltre really needs 15 bathrooms for a seven bed house? You think Adrian drops his morning deuce in a different toilet for two consecutive weeks in the offseason? Mr. Beltre, who has earned/will earn nearly $88mm in his MLB career, is trying to unload his California mansion. The cost? Just $19.8 million. And the man cave sucks balls. JUMP!
It was announced less than 20 days ago that Jered Weaver signed an $85 million extension with the Angels. So it shouldn't come as a shock that upon inspection of his wedding registry - November 12 is the big day - that Busted Coverage should announce a big F-YOU to a guy asking for a $17 splatter screen from Great-Aunt Becky who can barely afford the damn cable to watch her multi-millionaire MLB nephew. Splatter screen - JUMP!
'Tis that time of year when baseball teams expand rosters, call up a few players who may never sniff a MLB field again and play out the remainder of the season. It's also that time of year when we need to recognize MLB WAGs that deserve your attention before 2011 ends. We have five candidates and all have under 200 Twitter followers. Guys, enough with Minka Kelly. Time to move on. September WAG Call-Ups - JUMP!
This news has been buried within the WAG world for many months, but it now comes to light within the sports blogosphere that journeyman outfielder Laynce Nix will be marrying the legendary Cowboys cheerleader Brooke Sorenson. Gentlemen, we're talking about a guy who has 64 career MLB HRs. A .246 career average. In other words, there is hope. We've got the registry & more on Laynce using baseball to hit the chick lottery. JUMP!
We cannot let the Masturbation World Series slip by without breaking down this classic matchup in true Busted Coverage fashion. While other blogs are trying to figure out what Texas A&M to the SEC means for the future of college football, our editors have been watching Twitter for tweets relating to tonight's HUGE showdown. Dickey vs. Hand. Hand vs. Dickey. Folks, this is why the Internet was founded. For garbage like this. JUMP!
Could come down to who needs relief first in the battle of R.A. Dickey and Brad Hand at Joe Robbie tonight in what would be another worthless September baseball game. Instead, Dickey vs. Hand should be the Internet's dream come true on a slow Wednesday. As tipster @ABroadway00 wrote to us on Twitter, "Should be a strong finish..." And that's coming from a chick. Helluva battle coming with first pitch at 7. Don't miss it.
Pretty sure he pronounces it Anus. How 'bout them Yankees? Those guys are huge all around the globe, including Libya where we've now spotted two rebels sporting Yankees caps during their journey to killing or eliminating the Gadhafi clan. Maybe you remember this surface-to-air missile launcher from back in March. We efforted Anas Ahmed el Houderi's Facebook account to see what he think of A.J. Burnett. No dice. Seems Anas is too busy.
It's getting late in the baseball season but the boys at FanPhooey.com are still going strong with the screencaps. Today we get a peek at Rays pigtails & boob combo chick whom we instantly pegged as a jersey chaser or WAG. Why? Because that necklace seems to feature the number 58 or 53. Jeremy Hellickson wears #58. The only other 50-something on the roster would be #57 Jake McGee. Do your thing, BC Nation. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Milwaukee Brewers are rolling their way to a N.L. Central title and remind many observers of the 2004 Boston Red Sox who rode the 'Idiots' mantra to a World Series title, the team's first since 1918. Of course we all know that the Brewers franchise has never won a World Series so wearing cowboy gear on the plane ride last night from Houston to St. Louis should make the loyalists happy. Manager Ron Roenicke advised his team to have an outfit ready for the ride. The results - JUMP!
While the BC i-Team investigation unit has been busily tracking everything Oakland Raiders granny cheerleader Susie Sanchez, we'd be remissed to not provide you with the latest concerning another famous cheerleader. Tony LaRussa's daughter, Bianca, made her debut in her daddy's old stomping grounds in the preseason. Our investigation unit seems to think this is the first MLB manager-NFL cheerleading daughter combo in sports history. JUMP!